What is Everything Happens For A Reason translated into Latin?
It's Omnia causa fiunt.
The phrase "Family is Everything" could be translated, I believe, as "familia omnis est" or "familia est omnis". Take your pick of what you think sounds better :). Family is everything = Familia omnia (est). The proper form of 'omnis' that means 'everything' is 'omnes.' In Latin, it's a plural. The 'est' part (is) may be omitted, and typically was in Latin, although it's not incorrect to include it.
In Latin, pater is translated into father. Another word that is derived from it is patria, which is translated fatherland or homeland. In Latin pater is translated into father, and another work that is derived from that is patria, which is translated into fatherland or homeland. Pater does not represent husband, just father, "vir" is translated into man or husband.
The New testament was not written in Hebrew, so it was NEVER translated from Hebrew to Latin. The earliest known translations of the Greek New Testament into Latin consist of a number of piecework translations during the early Church period, during the late 4th Century CE. Collectively, these versions are known as the Vetus Latina. They vary widely in readability and quality, and contain many solecisms in idiom, some by the translators themselves, others from…